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The Pedalshift Project 146: Bicycle touring the Gulf Coast

A great conversation for your holiday travel! Keith Spangler and I chat about his bicycle touring adventures, starting with his state circumnavigation, to his epic Gulf Coast tour this year. We cover lessons learned, the kindness of people you meet along the way, and evaluating the decisions you made as you’re looking back.

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The Pedalshift Project 138: Bike touring Canada, designs, and hacks

An interview with Jesse Herbert on his experiences biike touring Canada (and around the world), plus a ton of great ideas, hacks and tips on all things bicycle touring, from lightening your load to braving a chilly night in a hammock.

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Pedalshift Video: Oregon Coast Loop, Part 3

Part 3 of my Oregon Loop tour… from Portland to the California border and back by bike and transit on the Oregon Coast. In this part, I reach the Oregon/California border, but still have to go all… the… way… back… northbound.

This is the video companion to the audio journals in Pedalshift Project episodes 131, 132, 133, and 134.

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The Pedalshift Project 135: Lessons from riding the TransAm across America

He’s no longer a beginner, but Pedalshift Beginners Series alum James Rosenberg checks in after his (spoiler alert) epic and successful ride across the United States on the TransAm. We cover his favorite experiences, best and worst gear choices, and much more.
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Pedalshift Video: Oregon Coast Loop, Part 2

Part 2 of my Oregon Loop tour… from Portland to the California border and back by bike and transit on the Oregon Coast. In this part, I ride the iconc Seven Devils in the section between Florence and Port Orford, Oregon. Check out Part 1!

This is the video companion to the audio journals in Pedalshift Project episodes 131, 132, 133, and 134.

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Pedalshift Video: Oregon Coast Loop, Part 1

Part 1 of my Oregon Loop tour… from Portland to the California border and back by bike and transit on the Oregon Coast. In this part, I hop muuuuuultiple buses to Newport and run into a few snags that only a bike can get by.

This is the video companion to the audio journals in Pedalshift Project episodes 131, 132, 133, and 134.

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The Pedalshift Project 132: Oregon Coast Loop, Chapter 2

Days 2 and 3 of my trip took me from Florence, Oregon to Port Orford, Oregon including some stunning coastline, a big bridge to North Bend, unusual headwinds for the time of year, an odd late night experience at a disappointing campground, my favorite climb of the entire coast and much more.
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